The centre of the back is a critical passageway between the brain and the rest of the body. It contains the nervous system, which controls physical movement and relays sensory information.
Tightness or tenderness in the back can greatly compromise this transmission, leading to a range of physical symptoms or delayed recovery from injury.
Systematic review, Journal of Manual and Manipulative Therapy
Conservative physical therapy management for the treatment of cervicogenic headache: a systematic review
Common physical symptoms that can be associated with a bad back
Neck pain, headache, brain fog, facial numbness, pins and needles, numbness in hands
Difficulty with deep breathing, frozen shoulders, shoulder blade pain
Sciatica, tight hamstrings, calves, pins and needles, numbness in legs, injury-prone knees and ankles
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